Some links to other archaeological resources you may be interested in.
Upper Nene Archaeological Society, our sister organisation in the Nene Valley, who have carried out long term excavations at a Roman Villa at Piddington, and run a small museum based on it.
Northamptonshire Natural History Society (Archaeology and History Section)
Northamptonshire Archaeological Society. Northamptonshire Archaeological Society (NAS) was formed in 1974 to promote the study and appreciation of the Archaeology and History of the county. Whether you are an experienced archaeologist or are pursuing a long held interest, new members are always welcome. Membership is open to individuals, families, groups and institutions. Special rates apply for students.
Northamptonshire Heritage enables students, heritage enthusiasts and members of the public wishing to learn more about their history, whilst also providing heritage experts with readily available information all in one place. You'll also find a list of other heritage groups and their websites.
Fane Road Archaeology Group. The group was established following a community excavation of part of a Roman villa near Itter Park in 2014.
Council for British Archaeology
Current Archaeology, an independent magazine reporting on the latest in British archaeology.
Oundle Museum is an Aladdin's cave that delights and entertains. It has many exhibits from the Roman, Saxon and Medieval periods on permanent display and an exhibition room which changes each year so there is always something new to see.
Peterborough Museum has notable collections from the prehistoric settlements at Fengate, Nene Valley Ware from the local Roman pottery industries, town and fortress and fine grave goods from Anglo-Saxon burials.
Nene Valley Archaeological Trust, is a charitable trust that has been helping to discover, document and communicate the history of the area since 1958.
We also advertise our lectures on wherecanwego.com and you'll find similar groups that arrange public events at open-lectures.co.uk.